Sunday, March 14, 2010

Girls Just Want to Have Fun Class!

Wednesday May 5th, 2010

Time: 7:00pm Cost: $12.00

At this class we will be making two Girl Birthday Cards. One of the cards is a spinner card and the other has great magnitisum. Either of these two card would be perfect for any young girl in
your life.

The cute little lady bug card is a
spinner card. She is made using the "Head Over Heals Huggabug" from Stamping Bella. Her wings are dusted with Dazzling Diamonds from Stampin' Up and I made her attenas from some wire and a bead. In the class you will learn how to put her together to make her spin head over heals.

The turtle card is a simple birthday card with an added twist. The two large aare an added gift for the receipiant. The brads are removable and become cute decorative magnets for the fridge or their locker at school. The brad are made using the new tool from Imaginisce, the "I-Top Brad Maker" and the 22mm Magnet Brads. We will also be learning to use the Spritzer Tool from Stampin' Up. The stamp is from the Turtle Tots line at Stamping Bella and the papers are from Doodlebug Designs.

I hope that you will sign up for the class if you live in the area. It will be a ton of fun and you will leave with a two great cards!!


P.S You can also check out the following blogs for other great classes offered at DAT'S Scrapbooking; The Stamping Banana, DAT'S My Style, Live... Love... Scrap.


  1. Hi Jen,
    I love all the details on the lady bug - her antennae especially! What a fun idea to make the embellishments removable!
    Shanna :)

  2. Hey Jen... soooo love your cards, looking forward to your classes Caroline & I have signed up for both... just when you thought you had gotten rid of us... muwaahahahaaaaa!!
    Take Care & see you soon,
    Stephanie :)

  3. These cards are so cute - especially the turtle - and what a great idea being able to remove the magnets! I'll have to keep this in mind. I love making my grandson cards and he always picks them apart (he's only three) but I never thought of actually making them 'pickable'. Thanks for sharing!